The Danube Delta is recognized for its special dishes, completely different from anywhere in the country. The mixture of Slavic culture, Lipovan or Ukrainian fisherman, with Romanian or Tatar traditions, all of this makes this place a paradise of exotic foods, tastes that you can only find here. From fish soup to fish pie, from vareniki to storceag, the indispensable carp roe with onion, aromas, flavors, in a word: an unforgettable trip to the Danube Delta.
With all these exotic dishes, a high-class Dobrogean wine could not be missing. Whether we talk about the famous Aligote de Niculițel, the white or pink wines from Macin, the newer liqueurs from the Cogealag or Babadag wineries, all of these adorn a rich table, with a quality, fresh fish. And don't forget, before any fish soup, a plum or quince brandy from Dobrogea is served.
Valentina is a passionate cook, a former participant in the Romanian show “Master Chef”, but she is also a very good connoisseur of the delta, being originally from the Lipovans, Russian community, which forms the majority of the delta’s inhabitants.